This website was established while I was an Assembly Member. As the National Assembly for Wales has been dissolved, there are no Assembly Members until the results of the elections on 5 May 2016 are known.

Latest News

  • arwelfa

    Aberavon AM disappointed at residential care decision.

    July 28th, 2016 | Latest News | David Rees AM | No Comments

    Last Friday Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council released details of a cabinet report that will go before cabinet on the 29th July. The report includes a recommendation by officers to open a consultation on the closure of Arwelfa Residential care home in Croeserw could result in local authority provided care coming to an end […]

    Read More

  • breast cancer now

    David Rees AM pledges to help stop women dying by becoming Breast Cancer Ambassador

    July 14th, 2016 | Latest News | David Rees AM | No Comments

    David Rees, AM for Aberavon, has demonstrated his support for women with breast cancer by becoming an ambassador for leading charity Breast Cancer Now. David joins 17 Assembly Members across Wales who are pledging their support to Breast Cancer Now- the UK’s largest breast cancer charity- to remind fellow politicians and constituents alike that breast […]

    Read More

  • port talbot works

    Future of Welsh Steel-Making

    July 7th, 2016 | Latest News | David Rees AM | No Comments

    There are strong rumours that TATA will tomorrow announce the suspension of the sale of its UK steel assets. Aberavon has expressed deep concern about the implications of this decision. David said: “It appears that TATA will announce tomorrow the suspension of the sales process after their board meeting in Mumbai. This creates greater uncertainty […]

    Read More

  • Seneddcoms1

    Statement from the First Minister- EU Referendum Outcome

    July 7th, 2016 | Latest News | David Rees AM | No Comments

    The First Minister of Wales has issued the following statement following a meeting of the Welsh Cabinet to discuss the outcome of the EU referendum: The Welsh Cabinet met today in order to agree our response to the EU referendum result, and the short, medium and long-term strategic actions arising from it. Ministers agreed that […]

    Read More

  • One week on from the referendum vote

    One week on from the referendum vote

    July 5th, 2016 | Latest News | David Rees AM | No Comments

    It’s been one week since we all went to vote on our future in the EU. I supported a remain vote, hoping that the benefits we had gained to date would continue, but as we know the majority of people who voted in our town, Wales and the UK wanted the UK to leave the […]

    Read More

More Articles